Microsoft updated the Open Interop program information for OCS 2007 R2
http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/office/bb735838.aspx

    Supported Configurations Available for Qualification with Office Communications Server 2007 R2

    The program currently supports three primary telephony integration components: SIP-PSTN Gateways, IP-PBXs and SIP Trunking Services.

        Direct SIP: Gateways and IP-PBXs Qualified for Office Communications Server

        Listed below are gateway and IP-PBX products and necessary firmware combinations that have been independently qualified. It is recommended that you visit the vendor’s Web site listed in the table below for the latest information regarding PBX, protocol, capacity, country support and documentation including a Quick Start Guide, release notes and known issues. Other supported products are also listed by request of the Vendor as the same firmware runs across these products. While these have not been specifically tested, the Vendor does fully support this configuration for the listed Qualification Level. Please contact the Vendor for more information on these products.

            SIP Trunking Services Qualified for Microsoft Office Communications Server 2007 R2

            SIP Trunking enables an enterprise to connect their on-premise voice network implemented by Microsoft Office Communications Server 2007 R2 to the Public Switched Telephony Network (PSTN) directly over SIP. SIP Trunking services are offerings from IP Telephony Service Provider partners that offer PSTN origination, termination, and emergency services using the SIP protocol.

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            This looks like a good update here to the MS Transporter Suite as it ads support for Server 2008.

            Updates to Microsoft Transporter Suite for Internet Mail

            The February 2009 release includes the following major updates to the Transporter Suite for Internet Mail:

            • Multi-Threading of POP/IMAP migrations: The POP/IMAP Migration tool is now completely multi-threaded which greatly increases its performance when extracting content from an IMAP server.
            • Support for Windows 2008: The transporter suite now supports running on and against Windows 2008 servers.
            Updates to Microsoft Transporter Suite for Internet Mail

            The February 2009 release includes the following major updates to the Transporter Suite for Lotus Domino:

            • Support for Windows 2008: The Transporter Suite now supports running on and against Windows 2008 servers.
            • Support for Lotus Notes R8.x: The Transporter Suite now supports migration from, and coexistence with, Lotus Notes R8.x.
            • Removed the Application Analysis: The Application Analysis tools were removed from the migration console.

              Check out the original post here…

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              If you haven’t had a chance to bookmark the Exchange 2007 installation guides now is the time to do so. The MS Exchange Team just released a new installation guide for Cluster Continuous Replication (CCR) on Server 2008. Head on over and check it out.

              They also made some other updates to previous installation guides as well…

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              Fixes of note:

              1. Fix for a security issue which has been assigned a severity rating of critical. More information about the issue can be found in the Microsoft Security Bulletin MS09-003.
              2. Fix to allow Internet Explorer 8 to be used for Outlook Web Access (OWA) 2007. This does not include the OWA 2007 S/MIME control. We are still working on some changes in the control to make it work better with Internet Explorer 8. We will be releasing an updated version of the S/MIME control in a future rollup. Users using the S/MIME control should continue to use Internet Explorer 7.

              Click here to read more about the update…

              Click here to download the update…

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